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The Maserati Shamal came at a point in history when Alejandro de Tomaso, the man behind the Pantera, had acquired the company and began attempting to rebuild the struggling brand, but the cars weren't exactly known for their reliability, especially the Shamal's V8 engine. What they – and the Biturbo the Shamal is related to – were known for was catching fire. In the end, the Shamal was the last car developed before de Tomaso sold the company to Fiat. And though this is a terrible car, we'd still have one (because who wouldn't want to own something that helped sank an entire company). Plus those wedge lines are totally bitchin'!

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